First, congratulations on joining the EV car ownership. You and your wife will love it.
Some advice. When you pick up the car (used) make sure that the EVSE supplied is a Nissan brand with ability to both charge at 120 volt and 240 volts. That’s the ESEV that came with SL or SV with Technology option. In earlier years EVSE (charger cords) only plugged into 120 volts and supplied trickle charge. Dealers may try to put a trickle charger in the truck.
Last year I found a Nissan OEM 120/240v EVSE on eBay for $218 delivered and bought it. That’s what I have mounted in the barn of my vacation cabin plugged into the 40 amp/14-50R I installed. I keep the 120/240v one that came with my car in the trunk just in case.
At my primary house I installed an Eaton hard wired unit. It has a 24 ft cord so I can park the Leaf on ether side of my 2 car garage and the cord reaches. I installed it 4 years ago when I bought my first EV a 2015 Leaf.
I’m not sure that the supplied OEM Nissan EVSE is rated for permanent outdoor Installation exposed to rain etc. it would be best to install any EVSE out of weather. Perhaps in a garage and park close enough to run the cord under the garage door to the car. Clipper Creek EVSEs mostly have 24 ft cords that go from base to car.
Here are some pictures
My Eaton EVSE in my primary home garage installed over 4 years ago
Clipper Creek LCS-30 hard wired installed in barn. That EVSE failed and was returned.
My Nissan EVSE plugged into a 14-50R with a 40amp breaker.
Car connected to cord outside barn installed EVSE